Photo-a-Day (Saturday, 22nd September, 2018)
Just brilliant, the little boy’s expression says it all.
love that little boys face!
Wigan actually looking alive - apart from R2D2 that is!!
And they wonder why the kids are growing up like they are.
He's thrilled to bits seeing that giant 'toy' - nothing wrong with that! I bet mum had to drag him away.
you don't have kids do you Mick, Cant think why ?
Let us hope they don’t grow with the same attitude to life as yourself Mick!.
I agree with Pat and Kath, That little boys face says it all. For children everything is new and exciting. They are on journey of discovery .
Superb picture David , you captured the special moment of a little boy .
Ive been to Skipton today and went into the town hall for a pee, and couldnt believe it they are having one of these big toy does there.
I left quick and bought a loaf and a pie from the excellent Craven bakery and headed towards home.
These Litter Bins get more sophisticated by the day don't they?
I remember my son being Star-Wars mad as a little lad; he will be 42 in November. Star Wars has obviously spanned the generations!
This should not be "pick on Mick" day, and I agree with his comments.
That’s a long way to go for a pee Mick.
Did you ride your bike one handed while you ate your pie butty?
We were in Skipton today, too, like Mick. Didn't go in the town hall but DID go in Craven Bakery.
Ken, You must be of the same rotten composition as the Clown from shevie
BTW Who cares what you get up to Micky
Mick, most of use toilets for a pee, not town halls.
Irene, Ive just sent a complaint email to the Craven bakery because when got home and made some buttys I found out that the loaf was moldy and that was after eating one.
I bought a white slice loaf, a pasty and 4 scones and the pasty and scones where OK.
Irene, I think you would have been better "going" in the Town Hall like Mick rather than "going" in the Bakery
Blimey Mick! how long did it take you to ride home?
We bought a white unsliced loaf and it was fine. Delicious bread.
They probably saw him coming on his bike....."Hey give that bloke yesterday's loaf - he'll not bring it back ".
DTease, I have "been", (sounds like Walter in Nearest and Dearest! "'Ave yer BEEN?"), many times in the Town Hall Loos in Skipton! It's either there or Wetherspoons, (and you have to know where Wetherspoons is....a bit off the beaten track). We have a static caravan not too far from Skipton and we go in on the 'bus. Lovely town.
Skipton is indeed a lovely town Irene. I’ve been there a few times myself and it’s well worth a visit, but if someone on a ‘Lectric bike offers you one of his butties be sure to politely refuse.